New leadership at Leadership South Dakota
John T. Meyer will take the reins as leader of Leadership South Dakota in April. He joins In the Moment with Rick Melmer, founder and former director of the program.
Ceremony included homecoming for Native belongings
Last month's Wounded Knee remembrance included the return of items recently given back by a Massachusetts museum. New England Public Media reporter Nancy Cohen was at the ceremony. This is part two of her story.
Manny Iron Hawk on the return of Lakota belongings
Iron Hawk is a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and a direct descendent of a survivor of the Wounded Knee massacre. He describes what his great-grandmother experienced at the ambush.
Leadership South Dakota announces new leadership
A program that helps develop the next generation of South Dakota leaders will have a new executive director this year. Rick Melmer founded the program in 2014 and will hand off the reins to John T. Meyer. They join Lori Walsh to discuss the program's history, legacy and future.
"May You Live Long Enough"
In South Dakota, winter's shoveling, shuffling and scraping can bring everyone together. Lori Walsh put the snowstorm experience into words in her poem, "May You Live Long Enough."
Black Hills Bigger Than Roe Rally
This weekend is the 50th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision, which was recently overturned. Callan Baxter, president of the South Dakota chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW SD), joins ahead of the Bigger Than Roe Rally to talk about the abortion rights rally and movement.
Fresh Tracks: Top music stories of 2022
David Hersrud and Larry Rohrer recap the biggest headlines to rock the music industry last year. Plus, they have some albums that dropped over the holidays that you may have missed.